CES 2010: All New Litl Webbook Makes Its Debut Appearance

The Consumer Electronics Shows 2010 (CES) has got yet another fantastic addition, that of Litl Webbook, that is surely going to get some heads turned in its direction, because of its fabulous design and impressive configuration. The all new webbook boasts of a highly innovative convertible design that allows for the display to be flipped over and viewed as a standalone screen.

The Litl Webbook is powered by an Intel 1.6GHz Atom processors along with 1GB RAM and for storage, the device comes with a 2GB flash storage. The machine is based entirely on Linux and has been designed specifically for online tasks. With the built in web browser, that is based on the XULRunner platform, same as that of Mozilla, Litl makes internet surfing an incredible experience and most importantly, the device has been given custom tailored software, that helps in accomplishing various household tasks.

Unlike traditional computer desktops, Litl features a set of cards through which users can arrange their applications and preferred websites for quick and easy access. Furthermore, the company is providing the Litl users with a awesome two years unconditional satisfaction guarantee, where the users will get their Litl replaced or refunded for the cost of the machine, in case of a breakdown or if the users do not like the device. The all new Litl Webbook will be available for demonstration at the CES 2010 event in the Intel Inc. booth.

Via PR Newswire.

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